The test arena provides an enclosed facility to test small unmanned aerial and ground vehicles (UAV and UAG). This arena is an autonomous robotic playground complete with a theater boom system and netting for UAV safety.
The DMMS provides additive manufacturing support for design courses, laboratory courses, and entrepreneur initiatives. The equipment was selected for student usage, and training and certification available. Capabilities include 3D printing (metal, fiber, and plastic), scanning, and small CNC milling.
Design suites are dedicated to student designs that include both student/service and course sponsored projects. This design suite now features subtractive manufacturing equipment including mills, lathes, and CNC machines to aid in manufacturing more complex projects.
Room 115 & 120
This maker space provides additive manufacturing support for design courses, laboratory courses, and entrepreneur initiatives. The equipment was selected for student usage, and training and certification available. Capabilities include 3D printing (metal, fiber, and plastic), scanning, and small CNC milling.
Room 130, 140, & 150
The ENDEAVOR flow laboratory provides capability to experiment with both non-compressible (water) and compressible (air) fluids on an industrially relevant scale. The wind tunnel has state-of-the-art instrumentation design to support courses and design projects. The fume provides maximum hydraulic engineering capability provided by a commercial system with over 15 different accessories that address the widest range of flow studies possible.
The focus of this laboratory is automated systems to included unmanned vehicles and robotics. From internal combustion engines to fuel cells, students will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of technologies.
Building our future - this laboratory focuses on new technologies, techniques, materials, and power sources. Structures can be built and tested within this laboratory. In addition, hands-on experiments using industrially relevant building structures will be conducted by students.
The geotechnical laboratory explores the physical properties of aggregates, such as soils, which is used to design earthworks and foundations. Properties ranging from moisture content to shear strength are measured using the latest industrially instrumentation.
The Materials Laboratory provides a very robust suite of equipment to prepare and test a wide range of samples using cutting edge industrial instrumentation.
There are unique test and characterization capabilities that rarely exist anywhere else. This laboratory is designed for student use with all equipment available to students after hours.
The Process and Transport laboratory features pilot sized systems that either are or closely simulate industrial production processes. The supporting equipment and instrumentation are industrial standards or representative. Special feature in this laboratory is the high bay that houses the Absorber and Two Phase Flow systems.
|The Shimadzu Design Suite is a maker space for student chemical analysis and projects. The primary focus of this lab is to support courses, capstone design projects, and student research.|
|The McAlpine Energy Systems Platform holds the solar panels that provides ENDEAVOR with renewable energy.|
|The Thermal Laboratory provides space for thermal testing and research. The primary focus of this space is to support interdisciplinary student thermal studies.|
The focus of this laboratory is designing, building, and measuring electronic circuits.
The John and Betty Hatheway Industry Projects Laboratory is a maker space for student industry-relevant projects and coursework. The primary focus of this lab is to support courses and capstone design projects.
The Daniel E. Krause Electronic Maker Space is a laboratory provided for student analysis of various electronic equipment and software. The primary centerpiece of the lab is to support courses and capstone design projects.
This design space was created with interdisciplinary student work in mind. The main emphasis of this area is to support capstone design projects and student research that utilizes engineers from each of our undergraduate programs.
The focus of this laboratory is RF communications and energy. Students have access to state-of-the-art RF/COM equipment from Keysight and National Instruments. In addition, power from renewable sources (wind generator, solar panels) are provided for studying and/or designing energy storage, distribution, and power electronics.
The latest sensors, software, control systems, data acquisition systems, and software are provided for students to learn and apply programing to collect and process data that can be use to electronically control equipment and processes. Equipment used and skills learned in this laboratory are industrially recognized and can easily lead to certifications.
The Bill and Jane Travis Industry Projects Laboratory is a maker space for student industry-relevant projects and coursework. The primary focus of this lab includes both industrial sponsored and renewable energy projects.